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Army chief stands by Iraq troops remarks

Britain’s army chief said he stood by his comments that British troops should leave Iraq soon because their presence was worsening security, but he insisted on Friday this did not represent a split with the government. Chief of the General Staff Richard Dannatt sparked a controversy when he told Friday’s Daily Mail newspaper that postwar planning for the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq was “poor” and the presence of troops there was hurting British security globally. Full Story

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